Inequal membership all the team members of coca cola

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Inequal membership: All the team members of Coca-Cola need to equally participate in the discussion of the groups. It may be possible that certain tea members speak more and some don’t due to which all the ideas could not be identified. It is vital for the team members to work equally in the group ( Gabriel, et. al., 2015). Errors and negativity: In certain situations teams make errors and all the team members start pointing them out instead of learning from the setbacks. They need to move forward and work towards achieving the goals and objectives of Coca-Cola. Self-evaluations are vital for the team members to correct the errors before they develop into a larger damage. There are certain needs for developing the effective teams such as, Clear objectives. Balanced roles. Effective processes. Good communication. Appropriate leadership. Support and trust. 12
Openness and conflict. Mutual co-operation. Individual development. Sound inter-group relations. 13
M3 Analyse relevant team and group development theories to support the development of dynamic cooperation There are different types of team development theories such as Belbin, Tuckman theory and hard & soft theory which are used to increase the effectiveness of the team. Effective team perform their task or job very effectively and appropriately. Concepts and philosophy of organisational behaviour positively influence the behaviour of employees. With the help of the philosophy and concepts employees achieves their task and this result in attaining the overall objectives of the organisation. Because this employee improves their job performance and is more satisfied ( Mester, et. al., 2018). The groups of Coca-Cola go through certain predictable stages from a collection of individuals to cohesive groups working in similar conditions. There are initially four stages of group development theory: Stage 1: Forming: personal relations are characterized on the basis of structure. Stage 2: Storming: diverse organizational concerns reflect over conflicts in leadership structure and authority. Stage 3: Norming: this is a period where the individuals start feeling good about being a part of the group. Stage 4: Performing: at this stage group tasks are defined effectively and they help in commitment over the common activities for supporting them. 14
LO 4 P4 Concepts and philosophies of Organisation Behavior within an organisational context Organisation behaviour can be defined as the production, understanding and controlling of the behaviour of a human in an organisation. The main objective of organisational behaviour is that it improves the effectiveness of the organisation as this analysis the impact of group, structure and individual on the behaviour within the company (Tsai and Wu, 2010). Coco cola uses organisation behaviour concepts and philosophies for improving the performance of the company and also helps in attaining organisational set objectives and goals.

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